• Editorial
    THE LAKE OF RICE AND THE FOREST ON THE DUNES: L’ALBUFERA NATIONAL PARK

    ##EXCLUSIVE REPORT ON L’ALBUFERA OF VALENCIA With its unique mix of paddy fields, barracas, rustic rice restaurants, sand dunes, reeds, pines and beaches, you won’t find anywhere more quintessentially Valencian than the Albufera National park. Right next to the city, the Albufera is easily the biggest freshwater lake in the whole of the Iberian Peninsula. […]

  • Editorial
    MUSIC, DANCE AND CULTURE IN RUZAFA…JARITÉ ESPAI OBERT

    ##EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH ROBI BERTASI 1. What is the history of Jarité? Jarité owner Robi Bertasi: Around three years ago, ‘Jarité Espai Obert’ (Cultural Association) started a new stage with its current management. We have added new workshops and a more ample programme of cultural events to strengthen its presence in the creative neighborhood of […]

  • Places
    OCEANOGRÀFIC (CITY OF ARTS & SCIENCES)

    ##OCEANOGRÀFIC is the place to go to be awed again by the beauty of nature. In exhibits divided into different habitats of the ocean, visitors peer and point at eels, clownfish (“Nemo!” squeal the toddlers), giant spider crabs, jellyfish and walrus. There are two or three underwater tunnels—one of them the longest in Europe—where you […]

  • Editorial
    CHILL OUT AT THE EMBLEMATIC ‘CAFÉ SANT JAUME’

    Without doubt, ‘Café Sant Jaume’ is one of the most emblematic coffee bars in the whole of Valencia. It was originally a pharmacy that began its trade in around 1900 so it has a very rich history! In 1984, it was acquired by current owner Vicente Mas, a kindly presence here & who you will […]

  • Food
    CHILLING OUT AT CAFÉ MUSEU IN THE HISTORIC CENTRE

    Set in a mellow corner of the historic centre, ‘Café Museu’ can rightfully claim to have a worthy history all of its own. As one of the first bohemian bars of the Barrio del Carmen, it was founded in 1972 as ‘Raco.’ It was a favourite haunt of the local Art students whose college then […]

  • Food
    La Pilareta

          A few years ago we were living in the very centre of the city in a huge flat with great views across the city. As a consequence, we were suddenly more popular as a stop-off destination. We had many a fun weekend with visitors glued to the view and the events happening […]

  • Food
    SPLENDINI BAR i DISCOS (TAPAS, BEERS & VINTAGE VINYL RECORDS)

    1.José, tell us a little about your experience in the world of music… From 1999 to 2011, I ran ‘Discos Mardigras!’ in Valencia. Among other activities, I organized concerts of international artists of black music in different clubs of Valencia and as a DJ in many clubs including events throughout Spain. From 2014 to 2017, […]

  • Editorial
    VALENCIA…STATION TO STATION

    There is something magnificent and Jules Verne-like about old mainline railway stations that their clean-lined, concrete & glass modern counterparts can never quite recapture…however beautifully designed. The ultra-fast AVE (Alta Velocidad Española) train arrived in Valencia at a purpose-built station nearly eight years ago. As Valencia advances into a new age of high-speed rail links, […]

  • Editorial
    BIOPARC VALENCIA 2018

      Built as part of the Cabacera park development at the Mislata end of the Turia river bed, the Bioparc opened in 2008. It is a new-generation zoo where the idea was to move away completely from the bad old days of the ‘Viveros Gardens’ enclosed zoo, embracing the philosophy of “zoo-immersion” in line with […]

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